Carlisle Indian Industrial School : indigenous histories, memories, and reclamations / edited by Jacqueline Fear-Segal and Susan D. Rose.
Contributor(s): Rose, Susan D [editor.] | Fear-Segal, Jacqueline [editor.].Material type: TextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Indigenous education: Publisher: Lincoln, NB : University of Nebraska Press, Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780803295070; 0803295073; 9780803295094; 080329509X.Subject(s): Racism in education -- Pennsylvania -- Carlisle -- History | Collective memory -- United States | Indians, Treatment of -- United States -- History | Indian students -- Relocation -- United States -- History | Indians of North America -- Pennsylvania -- Carlisle -- Ethnic identity -- History | Indians of North America -- Cultural assimilation -- Pennsylvania -- Carlisle -- History | Indians of North America -- Education -- Pennsylvania -- Carlisle -- History | Indians of North America -- Cultural assimilation -- United States | Off-reservation boarding schools -- Pennsylvania -- Carlisle -- HistoryAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Carlisle Indian Industrial School.DDC classification: 371.829/97074843 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
"This collection interweaves the voices of students' descendants, poets, and activists with cutting edge research by Native and non-Native scholars to reveal the complex history and enduring legacies of the school that spearheaded the federal campaign for Indian assimilation."--Provided by publisher.
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Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Welcome, with Seneca Thanksgiving Prayer "We Are One" by Peter Jemison (Seneca); Part 1. A Sacred and Storied Place; 1. The Stones at Carlisle; 2. Before Carlisle: The Lower Susquehanna Valley as Contested Native Space; Part 2. Student Lives and Losses; 3. Photograph: Carlisle Poem-Who Is This Boy?; 4. The Names; 5. White Power and the Performance of Assimilation: Lincoln Institute and Carlisle Indian School; 6. The Imperial Gridiron: Dealing with the Legacy of Carlisle Indian School Sports.
7. WastePart 3. Carlisle Indian School Cemetery; 8. Cementerio indio; 9. The History and Reclamation of a Sacred Space: The Indian School Cemetery; 10. Death at Carlisle: Naming the Unknownsin the Cemetery; Part 4. Reclamations; 11. The Lost Ones: Piecing Together the Story; 12. Necropolitics, Carlisle Indian School, and Ndé Memory; 13. Sacred Journey: Restoring My Plains Indian Tipi; 14. Carlisle Farmhouse: A Major Site of Memory; Part 5. Revisioning the Past; 15. Research Note on the Carlisle Indian Industrial School Digital Humanities Project.
16. Carlisle Indian Industrial School: Projects for TeachingPart 6. Reflections and Responses; 17. The Spirit Survives; 18. Response to Visiting Carlisle: Experiencing Intergenerational Trauma; 19. The Presence of Ghosts; 20. A Sacred Space; 21. Carlisle: My Hometown; 22. The Ndé and Carlisle: Reflections on the Symposium; Epilogue; Chronology; Selected Bibliography; Published Resources for Researching the Carlisle Indian Industrial School; Contributors; Index.